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Westlake Legal Group > Posts tagged "fox-news/topic/fox-news-flash" (Page 32)

Sean Hannity: The New York Times is ‘running scared,’ worried it fell victim to the ‘conspiracy media mob’

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The New York Times is “running scared,” fearful it has fallen victim to the “conspiracy media mob,” according to Sean Hannity.

Hannity made the claim during a fiery opening monologue Thursday night, in the wake of a bombshell report claiming the “Gray Lady” has banned its reporters from appearing on a number of liberal cable news shows that are viewed as “too partisan.”

Vanity Fair published a report Thursday, which alleged MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and Lawrence O’Donnell, as well as CNN anchor Don Lemon, made the newspaper’s no-go list.

“The Times was wary of how viewers might perceive a down-the-middle journalist like [David] Enrich talking politics with a mega-ideological host like Maddow,” Vanity Fair’s media correspondent Joe Pompeo wrote.

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“The New York Times? They are now scared, taking notice, and they are realizing, uh-oh, they’ve been duped by the conspiracy TV media mob,” Hannity said Thursday night.

“Look at this new report — the New York Times is warning editors and reporters against appearing on primetime shows on ‘Fake News CNN’ and ‘Conspiracy TV MSNBC’.

“Why would the New York Times not go on their favorite programs, who refused to ask the tough questions to begin with, like, did Robert Mueller forget his previous statements in yesterday’s remarks, or did he intentionally muddle the waters to fuel the Democrats’ unrelenting impeachment rage psychosis?”

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Hannity’s remarks came after Vanity Fair claimed sources told the magazine the Times’ executive editor Dean Baquet expressed concerns certain primetime shows are becoming more opinionated and that reporters who appear on their shows would be “perceived as being aligned” with the show’s politics.

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“He thinks it’s a real issue,” one source said, another adding “Their view is that, intentionally or not, it affiliates the Times reporter with a bias.”

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Both MSNBC and CNN have hired several prominent New York Times reporters as contributors in recent years, but it is unclear from the Vanity Fair report if they would be discouraged from appearing on shows deemed “too partisan.”

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Pete Buttigieg ‘rags to riches’ story is false, brother-in-law tells Laura Ingraham

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Pastor Rhyan Glezman, brother-in-law of Pete Buttigieg, said Thursday evening that the “rags to riches” narrative in a newspaper profile about the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate and his husband is a lie.

The “story couldn’t be further from the truth,” Glezman explained on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle” about the Washington Post article, which claimed that Chasten Buttigieg — the candidate’s spouse — had been “shunned” by his family and even struggled with homelessness.

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“There has never been any amount of shunning him from the family. I love my brother dearly. I want the best for him. I want the best for Pete,” Glezman said. He said he thinks Buttigieg made up the story because it helps to have a compelling narrative to stand out in a crowded field of candidates. He added that his family has no memory of Chasten’s supposed homelessness.

“There has never been any amount of shunning him from the family. I love my brother dearly. I want the best for him. I want the best for Pete.”

— Pastor Rhyan Glezman, brother-in-law of Pete Buttigieg

He admitted that he had not spoken to Chasten in a year and said his family dynamic has been rocky for nearly a decade.

The born-again Christian, who does not support gay marriage, said if his family shunned anyone, it would have been him for his religious beliefs.

At the end of the interview, Glezman said that he had no plans to vote for his brother-in-law, the mayor of South Bend, Ind.

“Trump in 2020,” he added.

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Buttigieg campaign national press secretary Chris Meagher told Fox News that a similar Washington Examiner interview Glezman did this week “misrepresented what Chasten said actually happened.”

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Mueller’s Russia investigation should mark end of ‘special’ probes, Alan Dershowitz says

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The conclusion of Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation should mark the end of special counsel- or special prosecutor-led probes, Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz said Thursday.

Dershowitz said on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle” that Attorney General William Barr should have made a similar statement during Barr’s interview with CBS News earlier in the day.

“I think the only thing Barr should’ve said that he didn’t say is that there should no longer ever be any special counsel,” Dershowitz told host Laura Ingraham.

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“The Mueller investigation puts the final nail in the coffin of special counsels [or] special prosecutors. The attorney general could do this himself,” Dershowitz continued.

Barr said earlier Thursday he thought Mueller should’ve reached a conclusion on the obstruction question against President Trump.

“I personally felt he could’ve reached a decision,” Barr claimed. “The [Office of Legal Counsel’s] opinion says you cannot indict a president while he is in office. But he could’ve reached a decision whether it was criminal activity, but he had his reasons for not doing it, which he explained.”

Dershowitz later echoed that sentiment: “Mueller should have come to a conclusion. I think if he had come to a conclusion, it would’ve been there was no obstruction of justice.”

He added the Justice Department has “staff people,” civil servants and “full-time line prosecutors” who could fill the hole left by the absence of future special counsels’ or special investigators’ offices.

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“Everything that was done here could’ve been done by them. When the special prosecutor – the special counsel in this case – says ‘I couldn’t have indicted the president anyway according to the Constitution,’ then what was his investigation all about?” Dershowitz asked.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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Tornadoes in Pennsylvania, New Jersey catch many in the danger zone off-guard

Tornadoes bore down on the western edge of New Jersey and the eastern edge of Pennsylvania this week, leaving some residents prepared for the worst, while others were caught off guard.

“Shepard Smith Reporting” producer Julia Palmer recounted how a large tree triggered damage Wednesday when it crashed to the ground in front of her home in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, while she and her family tried to stay safe.

“My mom said the sky first turned pitch black and then dark green and she couldn’t see anything out the window, and that’s when she heard what sounded like a freight train and ran in the basement,” she said.

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Many people on the East Coast are unaccustomed to such storms and not conditioned to hear or heed warnings. (Julia Palmer)

The tree fell inches from her home. “It knocked down our flag pole that hangs off our front porch. Power lines shredded, and one of our neighbors’ houses got knocked off of its foundation. And, we’re still without power, and… it could take a week” for the electricity to return, she said.

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tornado hit near the border of Lehigh and Bucks counties in Pennsylvania at around 3:15 p.m. that day.

Many people on the East Coast had been unaccustomed to such storms and not conditioned to hear or heed warnings.

A survey team from the National Weather Service determined a twister caused storm damage in Stanhope, N.J., on Tuesday night. The team had yet to determine specifics about its strength and path.

New Jersey gets a handful of tornadoes per year on average. Two twisters hit New York City on one day in 2012, but only about 60 had hit the area in the 50 years before that, according to the National Weather Service.

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Tuesday’s tornado damaged Lenape Valley Regional High School’s facade and ripped up a softball dugout, depositing the roof on its side on the ground in Stanhope. Toppled trees and power lines left most residents without electricity.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Mueller statement meant to ‘light the fuse’ for impeachment, Devin Nunes says

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s public statement Wednesday was meant to “light the fuse” for impeachment proceedings against President Trump, Rep. Devin Nunes claimed Thursday.

Nunes, R-Calif., told Fox News’ “Hannity” that observers of Mueller’s rare public remarks had to ask themselves why he held the news conference.

“You just have to ask yourself, sitting back thinking about it: What was that press conference all about yesterday?” he charged. “To light the fuse for impeachment.”

Nunes, the ranking member on the House Intelligence Committee, claimed Mueller should have ended his probe many months before he did earlier this year.

MUELLER SAYS CHARGING TRUMP WITH A CRIME WAS ‘NOT AN OPTION’ IN RUSSIA PROBE, IN FIRST PUBLIC REMARKS

“We know that he’s talked about conspiracy to collude. Well, when he walked in the door, he knew there was no evidence of collusion,” Nunes said. “He should have been done after day two.”

Nunes also alleged that Mueller tried to do a “victory lap” at his news conference by talking “about the Russians they found, the Russians they prosecuted” when Nunes’ fellow Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee had the same information.

In remarks from the Justice Department Wednesday, Mueller announced the closing of his office and detailed the findings of his investigation, underscoring that there “was not sufficient evidence to charge a conspiracy” with regard to whether members of the Trump campaign coordinated with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential election.

But Mueller did not mince words on his inquiry into whether the president obstructed justice.

“If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said that,” Mueller said. “We did not determine whether the president did commit a crime.”

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Mueller explained longstanding Justice Department policy, which states that a sitting president cannot be charged with a crime.

“Charging the president with a crime was not an option we could consider,” Mueller explained, adding that “it would be unfair to accuse someone of a crime when there could be no court resolution of the charge.”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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Trump critics like Robert De Niro ‘see themselves as exemplars’ of average Americans: Mark Steyn

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Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro’s latest appearance in an anti-Trump video is another example of him claiming to be a model for Americans, said conservative commentator and author Mark Steyn.

Steyn reacted Thursday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to a NowThis video featuring several former federal prosecutors who believed President Trump broke the law in connection with the Russia investigation.

De Niro introduced the prosecutors in the clip, saying in part, “No one is above the law.”

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Steyn said people like De Niro who “loathe Trump” don’t know anyone who likes the New York Republican.

“They don’t know anyone,” he claimed. “They loathe Trump — they don’t know anyone who voted for Trump.”

“Therefore,” he said, they’re apt to see themselves as “exemplars of everyday ordinary Americans.”

Steyn said that if the prosecutors in the video wanted to appear impartial, they shouldn’t have involved someone like De Niro, who has resorted to obscenities to describe the president: “Why would you stick a man who is most famous for saying ‘F Trump’ at the Tony Awards on the front of the video?”

Previously on “Tucker,” Steyn reacted to De Niro deriding Trump while honoring fellow actor Al Pacino at another awards ceremony.

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“The individual who currently purports to lead America is not worthy of any tribute,” De Niro said at the event. “Unless you think of this impeachment and imprisonment as a sort of tribute — and that’s how you can make America great again.”

Steyn said De Niro “lives better than 99.99 percent of people in the entirety of human history have ever lived, and he cannot accept that a close election in a 50-50 country didn’t go his way.”

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Juan Williams: ‘I don’t think Mueller has a right to simply say “I’m gone”‘

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Fox News’ Juan Williams said Thursday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller should testify before Congress and criticized President Trump for his comments directed towards the former FBI director.

Williams, a co-host of “The Five,” went after the president on “The Story with Martha MacCallum” for sending mixed messages by criticizing Mueller personally while praising his work.

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“Robert Mueller should have never been chosen because he wanted the FBI job and he didn’t get it and the next day he was picked as the special counsel,” Trump tweeted Thursday morning. “So you tell somebody I’m sorry you can’t have the job and then after you say that he is going to make a ruling on you that doesn’t work that way. Plus, we had a business dispute, plus his relationship with Comey was extraordinary.”

“Isn’t this ridiculous to have the president of the United States absolutely dismissing and besmirching Robert Mueller, who I think is widely respected?” Williams asked guest host Sandra Smith. “Even after he wants to tell us no collusion, no obstruction, look at the Mueller report, now he comes back and says ‘Oh that Mueller, he can’t be trusted.’ You can’t have it both ways, Mr. President. I think it really suggests this is about bullying and trying to distract people from the argument at hand.”

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Williams also went after Mueller, who reignited the impeachment debate in his press statement, in which he implied that he would not testify before Congress.

“Why didn’t you interview President Trump? Why didn’t you subpoena him if necessary?” Williams asked. “Why didn’t you interview Donald Trump Jr.? There are several questions that need to be asked from any political point of view, and I don’t think that Mueller has a right to simply say, ‘I’m gone, look at the report.'”

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DC theater backs out of holding play based on FBI officials’ anti-Trump texts, citing ‘violent threats’

The Washington, D.C. theater that was expected to host the stage play based on anti-Trump text messages between disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok and former FBI counsel Lisa Page has backed out of the project, citing “violent threats.”

The play’s writer, conservative filmmaker Phelim McAleer, told Fox News he was notified on Tuesday morning that Studio Theatre in Washington, D.C. was canceling next month’s performance.

“They are not going to shut us down,” McAleer told Fox News on Thursday.

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Dean Cain, a frequent Fox News guest who is best known for playing Clark Kent/Superman in the TV series “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” will play Peter Strzok and actress Kristy Swanson, known for her roles in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and “Big Daddy,” is set to play Page in the play called “FBI Lovebirds: UnderCovers.”

Strzok and Page had an affair before Strzok was removed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team in the Russia investigation.

The dramatized stage reading will use only the exact texts and will be based on transcripts of Strzok and Page’s answers to prolonged questioning in private congressional hearings. The script is said to be 100 percent verbatim and the staged reading was scheduled to premiere at the Mead Theater space in the Studio Theater complex in Washington, D.C. on June 13. It was also going to be filmed and released online.

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The performance is meant to expose “what was really going on in the FBI in the run-up to the investigation into the alleged Trump/Russia collusion as senior FBI agents became increasingly alarmed that Donald Trump might win the election,” according to a press release.

“We have not got a new venue as of yet,” McAleer told Fox News on Thursday.

“I’m confident that there must be some people in D.C. who like the truth and that we will find a venue.”

He added, “If nothing emerges then we will put it on on the pavement outside the Studio/Mead Theater.”

In a statement sent to Fox News, a Studio Theatre spokesman said the theater cancelled its contract because “Media reports have made us aware of undisclosed details about the event.”

“Additionally, there have been open and violent threats made against the theater and event participants. Studio has an institutional responsibility to consider the safety of our staff, patrons, community, event organizers and attendees. These concerns must be paramount.”

The spokesman did not elaborate on the details of the threats and did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for more information.

However, speaking on “Fox & Friends” on Thursday Swanson addressed a threat saying, “There was a death threat last week on Twitter to lock the doors and burn down the theater.”

“That’s unfortunate, Nobody wants to see something like that.”

When asked if the play will go on Swanson answered, “Yeah, the show is going to go on. We are switching theaters at this point. You know, I’m an actor and I’m going to be playing Lisa Page. I look forward to playing her as written by her actually. All of it is her text messages and her testimony.”

When asked what made her want to participate in the play Swanson said, “I think it’s a story that people need to hear.”

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Former FBI Lawyer Lisa Page and fired FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok exchanged anti-Trump text messages during their time at the bureau. (AP, File)

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz uncovered a series of anti-Trump text messages between Strzok and Page. Both were assigned to work on the special counsel’s team in 2017 to investigate Russian meddling and potential collusion with Trump campaign associates in the 2016 presidential election.

Page served on Mueller’s team on a short detail, returning to the FBI’s Office of General Counsel in July 2017. Strzok, though, was removed from the team and was reassigned to the FBI’s Human Resources Division. Prior to serving in the special counsel’s office, Strzok was a top agent in the bureau’s counterintelligence division.

Strzok is the FBI agent who, in July 2016, opened the FBI’s initial Russia investigation, which was nicknamed “Crossfire Hurricane” inside the bureau.

Page resigned from the bureau in May of 2018, and Strzok eventually was fired in August 2018.

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Horowitz, who at the time was investigating the bureau’s handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state, found that some bureau officials “appeared to mix political opinion with discussions about the MYE investigation.” MYE refers to Midyear Exam, which was the FBI’s code word for the Clinton probe.

Many of McAleer’s projects have been controversial, including his play “Ferguson,” about the police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. McAleer said he faced “similar censorship” when he put on that play in Los Angeles.

On Strzok and Page, McAleer said, “I was shocked when I read the texts and their answers in private congressional hearings. Most people have no idea what the people behind the Russia investigation were saying when they thought no one was looking. People need to know about these texts and how the establishment tried to subvert democracy because they didn’t like who the public had chosen.”

In response to the cancellation, McAleer said, “This is censorship of facts that they want to keep hidden from the American people. And they are hiding behind ‘safety concerns’ in order to squash diversity of opinions in the theater.”

“It’s pathetic,” he continued. “On its website the Studio theater claims it ‘has carved out a distinctive place for itself…. by producing plays of big ideas…—plays that challenge assumptions, trigger conversations.’  Then the first time someone like myself tries to put on a play that challenges assumptions and triggers conversation they run a mile.”

McAleer then said, “The people who run the Studio/Mead Theater are hypocrites and they are cowards, scared of a play that tells the truth and might challenge their cozy bubble.”

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“The staged reading will go ahead,” McAleer added. “It will be filmed and released online and everyone will get to see the truth about how the upper echelons of the FBI tried to subvert democracy. This censorship will not succeed.”

The event is being financed by a crowdfunding campaign, according to the press release.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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Alex Trebek’s shocking progress shows cancer is not always a ‘death sentence’: Dr. Nicole Saphier

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Revered ‘Jeopardy!’ host Alex Trebek provided an update on his stage four pancreatic cancer this week, prompting Fox News medical contributor Dr. Nicole Saphier to reveal that technological advances in cancer treatment have allowed the diagnoses to be less threatening than they once were.

Trebek gave a “mind-boggling” update on Wednesday that he was responding well to chemotherapy, even nearing remission and that some of his tumors had shrunk by as much as 50 percent.

Dr. Saphier, who is also a radiologist, told “Fox & Friends” that in modern medical times, cancer is not the “death sentence” it was once perceived as.

“Cancer is just a word,” she said. “It’s not necessarily a sentence. And even if you have stage 4 pancreatic cancer, meaning it’s metastasized, it’s spread elsewhere from the pancreas, he’s seeing great improvements,” she continued.

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This is largely credited to technological advancements in the medical field, Dr. Saphier added. However, there is something to be said for the impact that positive thinking and community support can have on cancer patients.

“It’s not necessarily a life sentence anymore, but there is something very powerful about hope and positive thinking and just the support that he has been getting and that is stronger than any sort of treatment we could ever hope to give him,” she continued.

Pancreatic cancer is extremely hard to diagnose until it is in an aggressive form, because symptoms often don’t appear until much later, according to Dr. Saphier. It’s also fairly uncommon as opposed to other forms, like lung, breast and skin cancer, so it is not included among frequent screenings.

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However, with advancements in medicine, those diagnosed with even aggressive forms of cancer are able to live at a higher quality of life for longer, she said.

“Really these days cancer can almost be treated like a chronic disease like diabetes,” she said. People are living many, many years on treatment.

“We are here to prolong life and give a quality of life. It’s not about reaching remission or curing cancer these days, just allowing people to live,” she concluded.

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Laura Ingraham says Mueller ‘attempting to resuscitate the corpse’ of his report’

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Is Special Counsel Robert Mueller trying to get back in the good graces of the Washington elite?

Fox News’ Laura Ingraham says he is and criticized Mueller and former FBI Director James Comey for their actions against President Trump, reacting to Mueller’s news conference Wednesday.

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“The ‘deep state’ set candidate Trump up after it became obvious that he was going to win the nomination because they were terrified of even the remote prospect of an outsider becoming president of the United States,” Ingraham said during her opening monologue on “The Ingraham Angle” Wednesday night.

Ingraham compared Mueller’s news conference to Comey’s 2016 news conference where he addressed the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails prior to the presidential election, irking Clinton’s supporters.

“Exonerating Mrs. Clinton was an essential step to stopping Trump, but it didn’t work. But now, Mueller comes along in his final bow and is attempting to resuscitate the corpse that was his report,” Ingraham said.

The Fox News host criticized Mueller specifically for saying, “If we had had a confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime we would have said so.”

Nevertheless, some Democrats are putting pressure on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to go forward with impeachment proceedings.

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Ingraham said that Mueller and Comey’s news conferences were attempts to get back in the good graces of the Washington establishment and that they were “embarrassed” to have lost to Trump.

“Both men are lifelong products of the Washington legal establishment that, at its core reviled a man such as Trump,” Ingraham said. “To be defeated or even embarrassed by a man who they believed is as uncouth and undignified as Trump and his supporters? That’s unthinkable.”

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